nambinhvu: lols those types of locks are so unsecure, all you have to do is twist the
dials from 0 to 9999 and you've tried all the combinations, add another
digit and there are 99999 combinations, seeing as how you can probably test
2-5 combinations a second, you can find the code in under 5000 seconds, and
most likely under an hour or so.
falix john: and whyyyy can't you put the pick into the 2nd & 4th wheels ? !
you didn't say .
Nikos Par: Thank you I have been trying for 30 years to decodingthe corbin sesame
pierogi88: this work with the damned inland notebook lock
HD/HQ Music Videos by Chunty: I didnt catch what you uses the vise for also can the combination be
caden basuel: what the freak are you decoding
Biff Nasty: thanks. can you tell me the make/model of that knife?
Tristan102100: i wish i looked up this video before i got a sore neck and butt from
sitting on the front steps all day attemting to go through all 10,000
combinations. i will try this tomorrow
DSSlocksmiths: Don't see these in the UK much, but I have one in my van, so I'll be trying
this out on it. Still, these are one of the better combo locks out there.
Paul Vinson: I have 3 older sesamee locks with black bodys I can't remember the combo's,
lucky one was open so I could reset it. I need help
LLuE88: good vid except for poor lighting leads to confushion and terms of a turn =
a whole revolution - part of a segment - whole segment - or change of
amount of a turn?, at least the older sesamee locks are more difficult to
open this way, critisism of the light - focus - lesson plan - self editing,
such as terms, before publishing is a short coming of most vid publications
with youtube and others. take a look at the more expensive watch videos for
good quality focus - light, regards,
a1locksandkeys: See my video on the master 175. Its a little different technique.
Rogelio Bellangelito: Hi i have a sesamee k437 this metod does'nt gave the same result can you
tell me if there is someting different to do ,thank Rodg
a1locksandkeys: Where are you lost at and Ill try to guide you through it.
HistoryKrell: Thank you for information. I have had two of these locks that I had
forgotten the combination on one and never had it on the other. I have been
frustrated with this mystery for at least 12 years. Locks were made
slightly differently. A further point is "how to change the combination?" I
have a SESAMEE card with instructions and tool to change this. If you are
interested in adding this infromation, please email me. I can scan the card
and provide picture/dimensions for tool. Thanks
Mrtech: cut your nails -.-' !
LLuE88: believe it or not i'm looking for one myself, a couple of years ago
messaged back and forth with a fellow that had a well known pocket watch on
youtube/ebay for sale with exceptional quality photos/vid showing
internals, machining quality, etc:, couldn't believe he was useing an older
very popular cheap camera. his photos were really exceptional, near
microscope quality, vid were close to exceptional. the light quality was
very good throuhout, thankyou, regards
EazyPicking: sweet review :)
arado240dd: i can crack one in 30 sec
Bill Daniels: Good video. I have two locks I found and was able to open both of them on
the first try. Many thanks....
Robbie Lineberry: i have a resettable abus number on side is 285-1145 i forgot my combination
and cannot find any video on cracking it can i use and reset it combination
if i get it open
friscoway415: AAAAAHHHH hahahahaha THANK YOU!!!!!!!!! I DID IT.
Lena Nolan: When inserting the metal strip, do you turn the cylinder 1/2 turn to the
next number or one complete turn to the next number?
moleman1961: I have a sesamee that i tried this on but found that the shim slid in at
different numbers! It has an 04 and made in taiwan on the bottom. Any
Lotus14S2: Does this work with the Nautilus lock/ I was given a bunch of Nautilius
locks, which look very similar. One was locked and will not open with the
code that was given.
AGLAYTON: nice video fhank you
ACCESS 24/7 ~ LOCKSMITHS: Great vid, thanks for sharing.
Fuck you: Your video is not clear. On the first number it looks as though it is not
fully engaged on the number 1. almost like it is in limbo between the two
numbers however the third number IS fully engaged. is this true?
moleman1961: Across the front says "sesamee". Cheers!
a1locksandkeys: Im sorry, but I'm not familiar with your lock. Can anyone out there answer
this? If not, e-mail me. Ill try to get more info about your lock and get
back to you with an answer...
danpagel11b5: I really like the exacto knife tip to hold the tool. I pick these locks a
with the soda can tool also but my procedure is a little different. Thanks
James Ewen: I tried your method described for the Sesame lock on a Master 175 without
any luck. Is your method different for the 175? I used both al. flashing
and pop can tool. I can slide the tool (1/16" wide) all the way in for all
numbers for the first combo. Help appreciated.
a1locksandkeys: LOL!!!! Glad to hear that I was able to help you out with this video.
a1locksandkeys: @ACCSESS247 Thanks for watching! hope it helps someone out there!
a1locksandkeys: Thank you for taking the time to critique my video! I will keep your
suggestions in mind IF I do any more "self help" videos. Might help if you
would send me a decent camcorder I can use instead of this 12 y/o olympus
daniel carpenter: That's cool it'll help a lot I just hope it is used for good
Zo A: My first idea too but knew I would have half the patience to waist anytime
on that method, can wait to try this one
Summer Roberts: thankyou for the help but im still a little lost
UltraWolf Thorn: cut your nails man
Trey Bradley: This worked for me on an old similar looking lock only labeled CCL 03 on
the bottom plate that I had found. Only took about 5 min using a .005"
feeler gauge cut down to the correct size.
Decoding The Corbin Sesamee Combination Padlock4.6
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